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GOOD GAMES FOR
MILITARY SERIES AT
THE LEAGUE GROUNDS
Diamond Heads' and J. A. Cs. to
Play Fourth Game at Athletic
Park Atahii and Muliocks in
On Saturday and Sunday there
will ho plenty of baseball, and both,
the nillltarv leacuo games and that I
between the Diamond Heads and .1.18
A. Cm. will Ik. iilnved. The service1 1
men will play at the league grounds' a
on Saturday, and on Sunday thei1
Athlotlc l'nrk will he the scene of
tho struggle between the Jewels ami I
Tomorrow tile Marines nnd Kort
Shatters will hook up. and a flue
game Is anticipated, ns the Shatters K
are playing In a winning streak at ,
present nnd they are determined to
take the scalp of tho half-wets. The ,,
Camp Very boys, on the other hand,
swear that no road-pounders ca'i
take their goat, and the consequence
Is that a red-hot game Is surely go
ing to be played.
The second game will he between
tho N. a. II. nnd the Fifth Cuvulry.
and here again Is the material for
a snorting game. The Guards are
Improving day by day, and as soon
no tho hinn nil tret nrrttntnnipH tnimfi
nndtheV'-'n- 1"now each others play,
ine iinrry uBrcuiiuu vnu uc i
strong one. The Fighting Fifth am
also playing good ball this season,
and their southpaw pitcher Is tho
real candy kid In the twirling line
of business. The lnds from I.elle
hua mean to Just about win out In
the military series, and there are
many who think thnt they will.
Doth games should be well worth
watching, and Hie fans will proba
bly be treated to some exciting Jiall
before the games are wan and lost.
Then on Sunday the fourth gama
of the Inter-league series will bo
played, and the Diamond Heads and
J, A. Cs. will go up against one
nnotlier. The Jewels have won two
games out of three, so far, and If
the Japanese capture tomorrow's
game, the seniors and Juniors will
be tied, with two games each. The
gamo should be a close one, and the
fans will be kept guessing all tlu
There will be tho usual prcllml
nary gdme between the Asahls and
the Mu Hocks before the big game
starts, and the minor players will
be sure to put up a good exhtbt
Hon of ball. The Athletic l'ark dia
mond has been fixed up and should
be better than ever, Everything
points to a fine day at lust, and
the regular park fans will no doubt
roll up In their oldtlme style and
root for their respective teams.
The first game on Sunday will
start at 1:30 o'clock, and the sec
ond at 3,30. l' the time the sec
ond game Is started, tho grandstand
should be crowded with fanB, and
there will doubtless bo some tall
rooting done during the afternoon,
That a glass of beer TASTES BETTER in our
place. There's a whole lot in surroundings.
It cost something to fit up this way. but it'll pay.
Our bar is more than just popular
It's "The Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
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U COMING EVENTS. a
a Secretaries and managers of a
a athletic claim nre Invited to send a
a In tliu date of in y nentB which a
a tluy nuiy lie get trig up, fur In- a
a Kurtl'in under 1 1 1 uli'jve head, a
a AdilnMH all cqti mutilciitloiiH to a
a tint Sporting IMI or, Dill let In
a ATHI.LTI 5 I'AIHC
a April 17
a A. Cs.
Dlnmm d Heads vr.
a April 17 Miihneljs vs. Asahls.
a April 1 Marine
a Apill 16 N, O. II. vh. Cavalry
a 1'l.ANTATIOK l.KAOUK.
a May 1 Kwu g.
May 1 Aloa Mt.Walnaliii
a July International (James.
Tuo of. War.
April in International Series,
April -J-I'rlncess Hlnk.
" April i aip.iai nay.
a Aug. 31-
Openlngj of season.
a May 3-
April lfi-Y. M. C. A
s. Coll. a
. nt Hoys' a
a Fluid. I
a April 14. IB, 1CJ Night Tourna.
a meat (Manoa Valley.)
a April 24 Irwin Cup.
a May IB Cooper JCiip
a Juno r Mnrfnrlano Cup.
a July 5 Seu Wren Itace.
a Trp Snotlfin.
Horse Kaclnu. 1.
a WAII.UKU. a
a July 4 Inter-Islnnd meet. a
a Tnns Pacific Yacht Race. a
a July 4 Stnrt from San Francisco, a
a World's Championship Fight. V.
a July 4 James Juffiles vs. Jack a
a Johnson. a
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
In tho baseball gume between
Yale nnd Vennsylvanla, which was
played at tho Kaster exhibition
games nt Inlet l'ark, Yale won by
a score of G to 3. The winners,
however, paid clearly for their vic
tory, as Catcher I'hllbln, one of the
blue star athletes, (pictured his an
kle while sliding to a base. He
will probably be out of the game
'for tho rest of the season.
The athletic track meet- for the
Hoys' Clubs of Honolulu will be
hold at the Hoys' Field tomorrow
afternoon, nnd boys of over fifteen
years of age will bo classed as se
niors. Lads of under that age will
bo called Juniors. I'alama, Kame
hnmchn Schools and the Y. M. C. A.
have entered for the events, and a
good afternoon's sport U sure.
Dr. Holler defeated James Asbell
of Kansas City on March 26 In two
straight falls. The times of the
bouts were 29 and C minutes, re-
GOOD PLAY LAST
NIGHT AT MANOA
MRS. COULTER WINS IN
MIXED DOUBLES MATCH
Mrs. John Watcrhouse Shows Fine
Form With the Racnuet Many
Spectators Watch the Matches
Until Late Hour. -
There Is no doubt about the pop
ularlty of night tennis, una one
would have imagined a regulnr day-
light tournament was being played
jltist night, when the hlg crowd was
seen around the Manoa court, whero
jscverul good mntches were plned.
Jl The hlg lights worked fairly well,
jl although at times there were flick
ers, wiai nisiurueu mo nun or mo
ttipiajers and inane inem niase clean
misses of easy balls. It was nlso to
be i.oilced that fast serves were
much more deadly than the same
pnea would have been In daylight.
However, some fine tennis was
seen, nnd at times the rallies wern
long and exciting. Gvery car that
came from town conveyed a bunch
of tennis enthusiasts, and by nine
o'clock there wns a big bunch seat
ed and standing nround the courts.
The opening match last night was
thnt between Wnll-'Olffard and Sin-
, glehurst-llenrdmorc. The former
.and th.e, first set, especially,
wns n tine one. Slnglehurst p1ned
up In great, style, nud the first set
should have gone to him and his
partner If they had had the slight
est bit of luck.
The second match was that be.
tween Athcrtnn Hlchards-Clark' ami
I'atten-Schmlilt. This was about
the easiest thing ever seen In a ten
nis match, nnd It is a pity that
Hlchards and Clark were matched
ugainst such a weak pair. Tho
score of G-0, C-0, shows what sort
of n mutch It was, and" If track had
been kept of the strokes the result
W-mld have bcfii even worse. Young
ltlchnrds plaed well, and his ser
vice wns deadly to his opponents.
He and his partner should bo able
to, give the other pair a tremendous
handicap and then win easily.
The two mntchct cleared the way
for the game of the evening, nud
when Mis. Coulter and Wall tackled
Mr, and Mrs. John Watcrhouse,
everjbody settled down to see somo
fine tenuis. And no one. was dis
nppolntcd, ns after tho first few
games the play became brilliant, and
the two ladles, especially, did some
fine work. Mrs. Waterhouso did re
markably well, and her low cutting
strokes stored time and tlmo'agaln,
Iter partner also played brilliantly,
and oxcept for "poaching" a little
too 'much, did excellent work. The
first set was Just a toss-up as to
which pair won, nnd the spectators
loudly applauded all the good
Mrs. Coulter appeared to toko
things easy at the start, nud her
scrvlco was very soft. However, ns
soon as she saw that the Water
house pair were going to make n
The Two Jaoks"
close finish of the match, the cham
pion began to show something like
her true form. Her sorvlco became
faster und she scored mnuy a point
outright with It. The first set went
to Wall and his partner, 0-4, and
the second, which was uot so hotly
contested, also was won by the same
Another match that raised tho
spectators to n pitch of excitement
was Hint between It. A. nnd C. H.
Cooke, who defeated Castln and Low
two sets straight, 8-G, G-2.
The Inst match of the evening
was Hint between Htcere-Nowell uii'l
Uabhltt-Watcrhoui'e, nnd It went
the thrco full sets before It was de
cided. The first fcet went to Steere
nnd Nowell, 7-5, and then Ilabbltt
and Wnterhouse turned round and
defeated the other pair, 0-3. The
third nnd deciding set was won by
Hteere and his partner, nud they
made n runnwny affair of It, win
The sanies this evening will be:
II. II. Ilooth nnd II. S. dray vs. Ath
erton Ulchnrds anil Clark, Miss
l.ucy Ward ni.d II. II. (llffard s.
Miss Sewall and A. M. Nowell, W
A. Wall and II. II. (llrfard vs. C.
II. Cooke nnd 11. A. Cooke, 1 K.
Steere and A. M. Nowell vs. C. It.
Hemenwny and C. II. Olson.
Fine Program of Events Will Be
Pulled Off Thii Afternoon at
This afternoon at tho Alllolnnl
College grounds, Kalinukl, the post
poned sports will bo hold, nnd an
attractive program has been arrang
ed. The lads have been preparing
for the meet for u long tlm'e now,
nnd although most of the hoys wore
ready and fit to compete last-month,
when the events were scheduled to
come off, they hate all kept up their
training nnd feel good enough to
make records today.
There will be open events which
should attract a largo entry list, nnd
they arc as follows: Throwing base
ball, fifty-yard dash, 100-yard dash.
high Jump, lialf-mllo handicap, polo
vault, relay race and snek race.
Then for tho boys under fourteen
years of age tho following program
has been drawn up: High Jump,
100-yard dash Goo-yard handicap,
and n sack rare The sack raced
should provldo much, amusement for
tho spectators, ui.d the lads who
compete should lis Just as much
The races for the very small hoys
will be u follows: 220-yurd hand
icap, for under twelve years; 100-
yard handicap, under ten; and 100
yard' handicap, under eight jears of
age. The prizes will be distributed
Immediately after the events aro all
a a a
wahilani m ftraiiwi
MATCHED TO Nil
:k M'.rr.IJen to Manage Boxing
Shu. Two Preliminaries Will
Also Be Put On.
Jonathan McKudden Is branching
out Into the boxing promoting game,
and he will muke his bow ns a man
ager within a week or two. Jack
knows all about the game and has
had much experience both In tho
ring us a principal and outside as a
Tho first of McFsdden's shows
will bring together two men who
for a long time have been talked
of as star performers. Wahllnnl,
the well-known pug who has knock
ed out more men than any other
boxer In Honolulu, will at last havo
a go nt "Ironmnn" McCollough, and
there Is going to be u treat for nil
the fans when these two men meet
Kor a long time tho native lad
has been resting on his oars, hop-
Ing for a' match with someone, but
something always huppened at tho
Inst moment nnd he has not been
able to step Into the ring for a long
Walillaiil and Coll were supposed
to box at l.ellehua tomorrow night,
but that fctuut has been knocked ou
the head. Instead, Sarconl and
Friedman will box nt Scholleld liar
racks on Tuesday night next.
Jack McPadden Is figuring on a
couple of preliminaries to the main
attraction, und full particulars will
be announced In a day or so. The
chief tiling of Interest Is thnt Mc
Collough and Wahllani are to sign
articles tonight for n fifteen-round
go, and that Is good news to tho
nt ami AH
Star Amateurs Will Show at Empire
Theater All rums WM1 Be
Yacht night at the Kmplre The
ater Is going to be the real thing!
in merry-maKiiig, unci wrae ot met
best stunts ever pulled off In Ilono
Hawaiian Opera House
The McRae Stock Co.
A Good Ray by
Three Days Only
Open Everv Afternoon and Evening
(20 Milei 385 Yards)
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23
For the McCandlcsj Trophy and a
Handsome Gold Medal
TICKETS NOW ON SA1E
"Get the Habit"
IEARN TO ROLLER SKATE
Corner Nuuanu and Pnuahl Streets
Vaudeville changes, Monday and
Motion-Picture changes, Monday,
weunrocay nnu nuay.
JVA'IIN'EE every Saturday.
Fort' Street Below Beretania
THE MELN0ITE SISTERS
6s., 10c, ISo.
The Indian Muscle Dancer
Premier Pianist of the Far East
From the Orpheum. San Francisco
lulu will bo stnged. The managers
of tho show uro hourly adding to
the program, and It Is expected thn(t
there will he three hours' solid fun
and amusement handed nut by the
The affair Is to bo n real society
show, nud as the object bf the per
formance Is to rnlsu funds for fit
ting out the yacht Hawaii for the
I trnns-I'aclllc race. It Is to bo hoped
that n bumper house will attend on
the evening of April 20.
James Dougherty Is working hard
on the proposition, and the rest of
the entertainment committee of tho,
yacht club are also doing their best
to raise the necessary amount to
lusuro the success of the Honolulu
part of the yucht race.
It Is to bo hoped that the people
of Hawaii respond In every possi
ble way to the appeal of tho yachts
men of lloirrrulu who aro trlug to
ndertlrn the Islands In tho best
possible way by the yacht race,
ti n tt .
DOTS AND DASHES. -
Should tho C.-A. steamer which '
takes llrooken nnd party to the
mainland arrhu after dark, It would
be n good Idea to Invito the Aus
tralian cracks to play some sets on
the Minion courts by electric light.
llert 'olr of Monument, N. Si..
has posted a forfeit of 11000 for a
steer roping contest for the cham
pionship, which Is now held by J,
Wilson Carroll. The tatter's tlnio
In a 28-stecr contest was 17 sees.
Messrs. !:, O. Hall & Son havo
presented a silver cup for corapetl-
Hon by the military league, nnd the
winners of the chlimnlonsh In will
- , tul.e the trophy.